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Exhibit of Childrens Art from WWII this Weekend Sept 22

By
Real Estate Sales Representative with Keller Williams Realty

This is a jewel. Anyone interested in the history of WWII should come to  Richmond, this weekend and see art made by children in the wartime area. Richmond was a hub of wartime manufacturing and houses the Rosie the Riveter Museum.  This exhibit will be held at the Richmond Museum of History. This collection will be an opportunity to see the war and everyday life through the eyes of children.

There is an opening reception for the exhibit  on Saturday, September 22 at 2:00 p.m.  Richmond Museum of History, 400 Nevin Avenue , Richmond , CA 94802 . Phone: (510) 235-7387 or email DonaldBastin@comcast.net. Cost is minimal at only$5.00/Members; $7.50/Non-Members.

Bring the kids. Do you know any children whose family are in Iraq and Afganistan that you can bring? Do you thing that events like this will be helpful to them? Tell me what you think.

Nicole Kraus
Signature Realty Associates - Dover, FL
It sounds a bit sad, or is it just me?  Hopefully we can learn from it and concentrate on peace in the world instead of war. 
Sep 21, 2007 06:48 AM